Lucid Intervals ~~ Stuart Woods

Lucid Intervals by Stuart Woods
It seems like just another quiet night at Elaine's. Stone Barrington and his former cop partner, Dino, are enjoying some pasta when in walks former client and all around sad sack Herbie Fisher...with a briefcase containing $14 million in cash.

Herbie claims to have won the money on a lucky lotto ticket, but he also says he needs a lawyer-and after a single gunshot breaks the window above his head and sends diners scrambling, Stone and Dino suspect Herbie might need a bodyguard and a private investigator, too.
About the Book
  • Published:
    Apr-2010 (Hardcover)
    Nov-2010 (Paperback)
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  • Age Level:
    18 & up
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Time Period
  • Contemporary
  • New York City, New York


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LUCID INTERVALS by Stuart Woods is 355 pages in paperback. This is #18 in The Stone Barrington Novels.

This is a very fast read and there are a couple of different things going on at the same time. The Herbie story is just a small funny part of the book. The main part in my opinion was that of Felicity, an operative from England, that asks Stone to help her locate a former employee of the service. It is possible that once located he will be eliminated. Of course Stone does not want anything to do with that part of the deal. He is just going to locate the person in question and turn over the information.

Felicity of course stays with Stone while he is doing the leg work to find this operative. I have to say the sex was not as descriptive as in other books, it seemed to be briefly mentioned.

I thought this was good, just not great. I will continue to read them though as I love the interaction between Dino and Stone. Dolce played a brief part in this book, but I am not sure that story will every be over.

I am giving this 3.5 out of 5 stars.

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